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2011 Brazilian Grand Prix live TV times

Jake Humphrey will present the TV coverage, joined by 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard and former team boss Eddie Jordan as pundits.

Martin Brundle moves into the lead commentator’s role, with Coulthard joining him as analyst and co-commentator.

The pit lane reporters will be Ted Kravitz and Lee McKenzie.

All qualifying sessions and races will be shown on BBC One. (Europe)

Friday 25 November
First practice: 1155-1335, BBC Red Button/online
Second practice: 1555-1735, BBC Red Button/online

Saturday 26 November
Third practice: 1255-1405, BBC Red Button/online
Qualifying: 1500-1730, BBC One/online

Sunday 27 November
Main Race – 1500-1815, BBC One/online
F1 forum: 1815-1915, BBC Red button/online
Highlights: 2300-0000, BBC Three


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